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    2006 Astra Sri turbo heater hoses - no stock anywhere

    I need the 2 heater hoses that go into the firewall. My car is currently at my mechanic who has contacted Holden and apparently they're not available anywhere in the country. They have a special attachments that are molded to the hoses, which go into the firewall. Would anyone know the part numbers for these and where I could source them?
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    You don't need those fancy "quick-release" attachments. The Roose Motorsport coolant hose kits just supply you with a normal silicone hose and a hose clamp.

    I have installed them in my car and they work just fine.

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    As above. The quick release isnt needed. I also have roose hoses and its a simple silicon hose and clamp like every other hose

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by adam_92 Click here to enlarge
    As above. The quick release isnt needed. I also have roose hoses and its a simple silicon hose and clamp like every other hose

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    Thanks for your reply. Do you have the turbo too? I'm just a bit confused as to how it would connect to the firewall with clamps (any pics would be great). Could you possibly provide a link to the ones you purchased? Thanks again Click here to enlarge

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    Basically, there are 2 stubs that are fixed to the firewall in the engine bay, these are what the factory quick-connect fittings clip onto. However, they have enough length and a rolled lip on the end that allows you to just slip a normal rubber or silicone hose over the end and fix a clamp, just like any of the other coolant hoses. I don't have any pictures on hand at work, but I can try get you something when I am at home.

    Here's a picture from google, once you slip those quick-release fittings off. The silver stubs are sufficient to attach the new pipes onto.
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    When I did my car I ordered the full coolant pipe kit from Roose Motorsport and did everything in the engine bay. I am not sure if they sell the pipes individually, but you might be able to email them and ask.

    http://roosemotorsport.co.uk

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Raisin Click here to enlarge
    Basically, there are 2 stubs that are fixed to the firewall in the engine bay, these are what the factory quick-connect fittings clip onto. However, they have enough length and a rolled lip on the end that allows you to just slip a normal rubber or silicone hose over the end and fix a clamp, just like any of the other coolant hoses. I don't have any pictures on hand at work, but I can try get you something when I am at home.

    Here's a picture from google, once you slip those quick-release fittings off. The silver stubs are sufficient to attach the new pipes onto.
    Click here to enlarge

    When I did my car I ordered the full coolant pipe kit from Roose Motorsport and did everything in the engine bay. I am not sure if they sell the pipes individually, but you might be able to email them and ask.

    http://roosemotorsport.co.uk
    Thanks so much for that mate. Definitely a big help.

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